I run Tees Valley Guinea Pig Rescue & we recommend Dominika at Jacqui Patersons, Stockton. Just off the A66 near Makro (Ingleby Barwick junction). She's been treating one of my girls for ovarian cysts. 7-year-old Pixie has had them drained 4 times, on 2 occasions having 168 ml & 62 ml drained. Pixie has also undergone hormone treatment which unfortunately had no effect. She's too old for an op at over 7 years but if your girl is younger there's a chance it would be more successful on her. Dominika has done lots of successful ops on our piggies & is the best piggy vet I know in the Teesside/South Durham area. She is also on the forum vet locator xHi there, Can anyone recommend a Vet in North East England who specializes in Guinea pigs?
One of our pigs has a suspected ovarian cyst, however while the vet we saw was lovely, she admitted they do not see many pigs and we'd only like to explore surgery as a last option, any help would be greatly appreciated!
(we are located in Darlington)
Is she the best vet in the area? I've been wanting to switch and they are about 20 mins away from me.I've been AWOL from the board recently but would like to add Harriet Nicholson, from Village Vets Potters Bar, to the list
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After a bad experience of the vets in Nazeing I looked elsewhere. Harriet has her own guinea pigs and has been really good with Pansy with her respiratory problems. I go there no without hesitation and have confidence in what she is doing.
Will put the feelers out for youI live near Portsmouth ( Waterlooville) and am looking for a vet. None of the vet locator ones are very near me.
I have noticed that someone recommends Companion Care in Portsmouth but that was over 10 years ago. Is this still a good vet to go to?
I also have St Peters vet near me which was suggested by a local guinea pig/ rabbit rescue but I have no personal experience of them.
Has anyone any recent experience with either of these, please?